Among our family and friends, this is our most sought after recipe. James likes to create his own burgers from scratch when we have a BBQ. Since I tasted his burgers, I’ve never enjoyed any other burgers as much as these. Now, we could keep this as a secret family recipe… But where’s the fun in that?! Here’s James’ homemade reggae reggae burger recipe.
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You may have already guessed, these burgers are made with reggae reggae sauce. It brings sooo much flavour! We also advise using 5% fat beef mince for the best texture and taste.
This recipe is fairly fuss-free, too! There’s a quick fry up of onion and garlic to begin with and the rest of the ingredients are just mixed together. Plus you can make these burgers in advance and freeze them (although we recommend eating them fresh!)
3 Tips for taking amazing pictures of your food!
Tip 1: Try to use as much natural light as possible.
Tip 2: Don’t be afraid to play with angles and space.
Tip 3: Enhance the colour and clarity of your pictures using editing software.
Gone are the days when my only option is to use my kitchen table as a backdrop for my food pictures! I was kindly gifted #thefoodiebag to try and test. The bag included 4 beautiful backdrops including this grey one featured in today’s pictures.
You can watch my full review of #thefoodiebag here!
Planning your BBQ for guests
The day we had our BBQ, it was gloriously hot. It can be tempting to put lots of food out when you have lots of guests. However, from experience, most people don’t each as much when the weather is warmer than usual. We kept our BBQ feast small. Along side our burgers, we had some barbecued chicken, oven chips and salad. Clover was definitely interested in what was on offer!
Keep scrolling for James’ homemade reggae reggae burger recipe! We hope you enjoy it as much as we do.
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Homemade reggae reggae burgers
- 400 grams 5% fat beef mince
- 50 grams mature cheddar cheese
- 1/2 red onion
- 1 clove of garlic
- 30 grams tomato ketchup
- 35 grams reggae reggae sauce
- 1 1/2 tsp Worcestershire sauce
- 10 grams panko breadcrumbs
- salt and pepper to taste
- Finely chop the onion and garlic. Grate the cheddar cheese.
- Cook the onion and garlic with a splash of olive oil in a frying pan. When cooked, add to a large mixing bowl along with the uncooked beef mince, grated cheddar cheese, tomato ketchup, reggae reggae sauce, Worcestershire sauce, panko breadcrumbs.
- Season with salt and pepper.
- Mix well to combine all the ingredients.
- Separate the mixture into 4 equal portions and use your hands to create round patties.
- Grill on the BBQ until fully cooked.